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Old 11-12-2012, 04:43 PM   #1
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So easiest way to cook chicken in the oven and surprisingly tasty for people without a lot of time or prep. All i do is take a half chicken the is chilled, place on a rake, and add spices over the chicken. I use way to much oregano on everything, but also put a touch of basil over top, when feeling like spice i use cayenne pepper. Then find either a deep cookie pan or trey to put oranges juice, and chopped onions in. Whole idea is the while the orange juice evaporates, the chicken takes on a faint taste of the orange and onion. I do need to apologize as i was taught by old school mothers whom cooked for their families and have gotten into a terrible habit of not writing things down in measurements haha bake in the oven at 350 till ready and serve takes different amount of time based on weight of chicken.

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Old 11-15-2012, 02:10 PM   #2
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This sounds great, thanks H

We usually bake chicken legs, wings and thighs in the oven...much quicker than a whole chicken, but yes, half a chicken is a great idea too
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I really like the idea of orange/onion. I think I'll put my split chicken on a bed of sliced whole oranges and sliced onions. I think the orange peel will only add to the flavor of the chicken.
Great idea, and thanks.
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Half Chicken So easiest way to cook chicken in the oven and surprisingly tasty for people without a lot of time or prep. All i do is take a half chicken the is chilled, place on a rake, and add spices over the chicken. I use way to much oregano on everything, but also put a touch of basil over top, when feeling like spice i use cayenne pepper. Then find either a deep cookie pan or trey to put oranges juice, and chopped onions in. Whole idea is the while the orange juice evaporates, the chicken takes on a faint taste of the orange and onion. I do need to apologize as i was taught by old school mothers whom cooked for their families and have gotten into a terrible habit of not writing things down in measurements haha :wink: bake in the oven at 350 till ready and serve :yum: takes different amount of time based on weight of chicken. 3 stars 1 reviews
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